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Mobile learning debate to be held at Learning Technologies


Visitors to this year's Learning Technologies are being invited to participate in a debate about mobile learning.

Following the phenomenal success of the inaugural ELearning Debate at The Oxford Union in September, organiser Epic, is staging another debate in the seminar theatre at Learning Technologies, London Olympia, on Wednesday 27 January.
The motion is: ‘This house believes that learning on smartphones is less about new technology than it is about a new approach to pedagogy’ and the arguments for and against will be lead by Professors John Traxler and Mike Sharples, acknowledged experts in mobile learning, accompanied by Kim Whittlestone of the Royal Veterinary College and Dr Mike Short of O2.
Dr Naomi Norman, Epic's director of learning, said "It's very exciting to bring together these four international experts in mobile learning to debate what I believe is one of the hottest learning topics of the moment. If the last debate at the Oxford Union is anything to go by, it will be an enjoyable, controversial, insightful, and thoroughly worthwhile experience."
Attendance at the debate, which takes place from 11.30am until 12.30pm on the first day of Learning Technologies, is completely free, and will continue online afterwards at

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